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 - Friday, April 11, 1958 Orchard Park Mother Wins...
Friday, April 11, 1958 Orchard Park Mother Wins 'Mrs. New York State'Title Mrs. Mopes of Friendship Is Contest Runner-Up; Mrs. Wilson Cited CLEAN — An attractive, dark- eyed brunette who runs a home, sells real estate and pinch hits for teachers at neighborhood schools will represent New York State "in the Mrs. America contest next month. She is Mrs. Carllon II. Russow of ill Cole Rd., Orchard Park, who was selected over five other contestants in the state tinals and crowned "Mrs. New York Slate" at a dinner last night at the Bart- Ictt Country Club. Runner-up was Mrs. Ethan Allen Mapos of Friendship, Allegany County, who represented Olean, and v.'lio was also awarded special recognition for her microphone personality. Oilier citations went to Mrs. William William Wflson of Wcllsvillc for menu planning with consideration for .SAVE I children; Mrs. Raymond Radke of Tonawanda for excellence of techniques In the home - making competitions Mrs. Irving Feinberg Feinberg of Buffalo for artistic table setting and Mrs. Guy Luciano of 1 Vestal for preparing the best des' sort. The winner also received recognition recognition for her self - confidence and poise. p Among the prizes won by the 1 38-year-old mother of three girls is an all - expense trip with her husband to l-'t. Lauderdale, Fla. where she will compete for the national national title'May 1-15. As runner-up ! MBS. Maples will receive a $250 I gas appliance. I Mrs. Russow is 4 former Indiana farm girl who readily admits she outshone 42 boys In a dairy judging judging contest when she was 18. She is a former Orchard Park Central School teacher and, along with her 1 husband, a licensed real estate saleswoman for a Hamburg f/rm. She also sang as soprano soloist with the Buffalo \ Philharmonic Svmphonv in 1955 and in 1956 was soloist with the Orchard Park Symphony. Symphony. Judges for the. contest, sponsored by i'ivc area gas companies, were Miss Savina Skewis, associate dean of women, University of Pillsburgh; Mrs. StoJla F a 1 e s, home-maker formerly with I ii e Cornell Extension Service; Mrs. Glenn Williams, substitute teacher teacher in home economics at Brat! ford (Pa.) high school; Harriett Cook, Buffalo Evening News Food editor; and Carllon Popple, magistrate magistrate from Endicott. Brickbats and Bouquets Dear Editor: I want to ask the public if you are old enough to drink beverages out of a bottle, don't you think you should be responsible for your bottle disposal other than dumping dumping them alom 1 , side of road and on peoples lawns. I do not know how any one- traveling traveling the highway could pull olf to tiie side of Die road to fix a tire as it is covered with broken glass. Adults are so careless, they just do not think other than to get rid of the bottle for the time being,

Clipped from Wellsville Daily Reporter11 Apr 1958, FriPage 3

Wellsville Daily Reporter (Wellsville, New York)11 Apr 1958, FriPage 3
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